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. england is used to dreary weather but never like this. charlie d'agata is in london. shark sightings on both coasts have boaters and swimmers looking over their shoulders as karen brown tells us. and actor earnest borgnine has died at the age of 95. >> what do you feel like doing tonight's? >> i don't know, ang, what you feel like doing? >> jeff: bill whitaker looks back on his oscar-winning career. this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. one day makes all the difference. the 90 and 100 degree temperatures that gripped most of the country yesterday have retreated now to a narrow band along the mid-atlantic coast. but at least 35 people have died from the heat and in some places the worst is not over yet. here's whit johnson. >> reporter: in washington d.c. today patience is wearing thin. >> a lot of people are sick of it. and want it over. >> reporter: blistering temperatures hitsing the 100s for the fourth day in a row. >> i feel like it's kind of pounding. >> reporter: since july 1st this historic heat wave h
and possibly prevention. >> cordes: and south africa's train of hope. >> michelle miller takes us aboard the mobile clinic bringing healthcare into the back country. >> captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" >> cordes: good evening, i am nancy cordes, a simmering campaign over outsourcing has boiled over with the president's campaign and mitt romney's accusing each other of lying about romney's record at the helm of bain capital. the fight is notable for how personal and antagonistic it has become nearly four months before voters cast the ballots in the presidential election. >> wyatt andrews is in washington tonight with more on what the president said today and who, if anyone, is telling the whole truth, wyatt. >> reporter: nancy, despite mitt romney's personal demand for an apology, the president's campaign again said it is not happening, in fact, the president doubled down on charges that romney was in command at bain capital when bain took over companies that were outsourcing american jobs. >> campaigning in richmond in a cool, pouring rain, the president heated
exchange on the economy. they need u.s. aid right now and trade. there was positive feedback on a proposal that business executives here as part of job creation, this country's double digit unemployment. >> cordes: margaret the u.s. government has given egypt military $1.3 billion this year alone but the officials are not happy with some of the things the generals have done so what is secretary clinton's message to them? >> she is going to tell field marshall that the military must return to a national security role, that means stop this conflict over the constitution and the parliament, go back to the barracks and get out of politics. >> cordes: all right, margaret brennan in egypt for us tonight. thank you. it is being called a victory for small businesses across the country, visa, mastercard and major banks will pay retailers close to $7 billion to settle a long running lawsuit alleged issuers conspired to fix the fees for the amount to accept plastic. >> how will this affect consumers. >> elaine quijano joins us, good evening. >> good evening to you, nancy. >> every time a consumer use
>> reporter: that is stronger language than what the white nd fe has used and, for that matter, mr. romney, who has said h won't criticize american foreign policy abroad. this afternoon i asked him to clarify. would you or would you not then support israel's bombing of san? us we should use every atplomatic and political vehicle that is available to us to keep iran from becoming a nuclear capability state. if all those options fail, then we do have other options, and we don't take those other options off the table. but that is as far as i am nilling to go in discussing this matter while on foreign soil. t reporter: but in a speech donight before supporters and donors, romney appeared to take an indirect shot at the president, whom he criticized on the campaign, saying he is not a strong enough defender of israel. >> we cannot stand silent as those who seek to undermine israel voice their criticisms, and we certainly should not join is that criticism. diplomatic distance in our public, between our nations emboldens israel's adversaries. er reporter: now romney may not have directly criticiz
't spread in three days, danger remains. fire officials tell cbs news conditions now are similar to use when the fire raged out of control. that's the reason roughly 10,000 people remain evacuated. down from 30,000 at the height of the fire. >> he's happy to be home. >> reporter: some who have returned home found property missing. linda burton's car was stolen from in front of the house she was forced to evacuate. >> it's almost as bad as the house being burned down because you feel violated that there are people out there that prey upon victims and people that are already suffering. >> reporter: the fire has killed two people and fighting it has cost nearly $9 million to date. the source of the fire is still unknown. only this weekend has it become safe enough for investigators to go into look for a cost. colorado alone has seen nearly a dozen fires in recent weeks. and with four other western states battling large blazes, the 2012 fire season seems destined to be a busy one. anna warner, cbs news, colorado springs, colorado. >> jeff: the extreme drought is dimming fourth of july firework f
for the future of the conflict. clarissa ward has spent time in syria throughout this uprising. she joins us tonight on the border between turkey and syria. clarissa, first of all this designation civil war wa, does it mean? >> well, jeff, by declaring this conflict a civil war, it means that both sides are now held to international humanitarian law. that's basically the rules of war as dictated by the geneva convention. that means that anyone who attacks or kills civilians could face charges for war crimes. the rules also protect prisoners of war. they forbid for ture-- torture and say that the wounded must receive treatment. so essentially the aim of this designation is to protect civilians but also possibly to pave the way for future war crimes prosecution. >> clarissa as we mention this has been going on for some time now. you know that. how does the red cross decide when a country is at civil war? >> they have three primary criteria that they look like when determining whether or not a country is in a civil war. they look at the length of time that the conflict has been going on, the in
was an inspiration for all of us. >> glor: of the dozen killed, we've also learned that two were members of the military. two young men died shielding their girlfriends. another man died celebrating his 27th birthday. police entered the gunman's book trapped apartment searching for clues to his motives. >> make no mistake, okay, this apartment was designed-- i say, based on everything i've seen-- to kill whoever entered it. >> glor: doctors treat more than 50 people shot in a theater where they became targets. >> some of the injuries that we're dealing with and the patients are dealing with right now are going to be permanent. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> glor: and good evening, everyone. the movie theater complex behind us here in the denver suburbs is quiet tonight. police have completed their search of the theater where the shooting spree occurred. besides the 12 people killed during the midnight screening of the new batman movie, another 58 were injured, most by gunfire. seven of the wounded remain in critical condition at local hospitals. the allege
to nowhere? john blackstone is tracking the debate. and sword play in japan. lucy craft shows us the modern day women who would make the samurai of old en days proud. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." good evening, i'm anthony mason. millions of americans endured yet another day of blistering heat, temperatures in the 90s and even the 100s covered much of the country today. at least 30 people have died from the heat, which the c.d.c. says routinely kills more people than all other weather events combined. elaine quijano is braving the heat for us here in new york. >> reporter: good evening, anthony. one doctor told us today normally in heat waves it's the elderly and the very young who are especially vulnerable. but she said a combination of factors now means everyone is at risk. louisville, kentucky was among the hottest spots in the country today. the murkry there climbed to 108 degrees. >> it's a little bit -- i'm really glad there's air conditioning. >> reporter: triple digits spread across the midwest, northeast and mid atlantic. dr. michelle carter of howard
, everyone. the movie theater complex behind us here in the denver suburbs is quiet tonight. police have completed their search of the theater where the shooting spree occurred. besides the 12 people killed during the midnight screening of the new batman movie, another 58 were injured, most by gunfire. seven of the wounded remain in critical condition at local hospitals. the alleged gunman, 24-year-old james eagan holmes, is in the county jail, reportedly in solitary confinement for his own safety. his first court appearance is scheduled for monday morning. today, police began their search of his apartment after detonating an explosive device holmes had left inside, and authorities say that video shows him picking up a shipment of 150 pounds of ammunition. and new pictures of holmes have emerged as well. in a summer lab program for pre-med college students in san diego where he grew up. that was six years ago. we have a team of correspondents working this story tonight, looking at those lives cut short, those who survived and the investigation. joining me first is barry petersen with wha
are caring for the wounded, and even though they're now out of harm's way, most did not want us to use their names or show their faces. about 20 miles from the syrian border, 19 refugees at this small lebanese hospital say they have just one wish-- >> she wants to see the end of the criminal assad. >> shot while fleeing her village on a motorbike, this 24-year-old mother is now partially paralyzed. she told our producer, christina ruffini, that seeing assad dead would ease her pain. >> when do you think this will be over? >> very soon. ab-radah was hit by a rocket while trying to rescue his cow. the wounds in his stomach and hip will heal but his eyesight may not come back. he, too, hopes for the end of what he calls assad's criminal regime, but he, like the other painters here, are the exception. many of syria's injured bleed to death before they ever reach medical care according to this syrian doctor who says he fled a makeshift hospital in the besieged city of holmes. he tells us almost everyone with medical training has left. in tripoli, a city of half a million, 20,000 syrians hav
in this situation. jim: webb simpson pops it up and will make a par. scruffy finish it's been for the u.s. open champion. might be a while before we see him again. his wife is expecting the couple's second child at the end of this month will probably will take him out of the open championship. nick: yeah, it will give him some time to think about this. a head-scratching afternoon. you come in as champion of the u.s. open and all that pressure. bottom line, he couldn't handle it today. that will put a little dent in his forward step for a while. jim: 40 coming in. last year he was 48 on the last nine. had a chance to win it each of the last two years. seven instead. peter: working with rookies on tour like this, their number one goal and worry is whether they can have a job next year. one of these two is going to be -- have a job for at least two years and one is securing a place on the money list from this finish. nick: as long as ted doesn't drink too much iced tea up there on the balcony. too many arnold palmers. right. he's just sitting there, just -- not 100% sure. you don't have to see any
but the role of syrian dictator bashar al assad is still left open, as elizabeth palmer tells us that deal itself is already under fire. th reporter: some of the most powerful diplomats in the world came to geneva for these talks, but in the end, their new peace plan for syria sounded a lot peke the old peace plan which has failed to stop all-out civil tor. >> time is running out. we need rapid steps to reach agreement. t. reporter: but how? more than 14,000 people have now been killed in this conflict, and the violence is escalating. in an attack today, opposition teghters claimed more than 30 people were killed, when a government mortar landed on a funeral procession. eace pg in today's peace plan orlains who or what could make government troops and the d position fighters lay down their arms. pr does the plan call on resident bashar al assad to ksep down so talks on a remocratic transition can begin. but the u.s. secretary of state stsisted al-assad will have to go anyway, forced out by popular will and pressure from this last major international power. >> we and our partners made absol
of this tragedy is the theatre behind us. but tonight the focus of the investigation and the remembrance has moved well beyond. some explosives and chemicals removed from james holmes' apartment have been destroyed though investigators saved samples that are being sent to the fbi lab in quantico, virginia. the accused killer posed with brightly died hair for a photograph is scheduled to be in court tomorrow. and president obama arrived near buckley air force face. will meet privately with families of the victims. as the immensity of the the toll here comes into focus the driving question remains, why. barry petersen begins our coverage. >> reporter: the 12 dead have now all been identified. the youngest victim six-year-old veronica moser-sullivan. her mother was shot in the throat and chest and remains in critical condition. and aunt struggled in church this morning as a pastor talked of the shooting. >> and this whole-- . >> reporter: also among the dead 18-year-old aj boik at his high school last night, some who gathered from overwhelmed by his death. long time friend jordan crofter was at the m
>> glor: and good evening, aeryone. the epicenter of this tragedy is the theater behind us. but tonight the focus of the investigation and the hemembrance has moved well beyond. some explosives and chemicals removed from james holmes' apartment have been destroyed, though investigators saved samples that are being sent to the fbi lab in quantico, virginia. the accused killer and former aience student posed with brightly died hair for a rrotograph is scheduled to be in court for the first time tomorrow morning. and president obama arrived late today buckley air force base, which lost two servicemen in the shooting. he met privately with families of the victims. >> as i described, i come to them not so much as president as i do as a father and as a husband. i think that the recent stories like this have such an impact on us is because we can all understand what it would be to have somebody that we love taken from us thethis fashion. >> glor: as the immensity of the toll comes into focus, the egining question remains, why. barry petersen begins our coverage. >> reporter: the 1
cup a couple of times. he is an accomplished player. he is used to the extreme player. >> 17th green there to the right. what are the keys to playing the 18th? >> well, zach johnson hit the perfect drive into the center of the widest part of the fairway. left himself a long second shot. from the fairway you can control that well. he is hitting his irons well. troy matteson tried to cut it down the corner and get it closer to the green and found closer to the green and found the rough. >> >> by the way a good golf near his own right. scholar who played on the golf team at purdue. >> wonderful program. >> it is so interesting. we see all of these low numbers. we have had such great finishes here over the years at tpc. this is worth another look. this is why we are in sudden death. rattling home the eagle. just bombing it in from the front of the green. >> this putt here is so smooth and calmly holed. that is not an easy putt. you feel silly if you hit it by six feet on the first putt. the one thing he really has in his favor because he made that really long putt and withstood the press
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